Three giant robots with a dead person in their transparent skulls are discussing an upgrade.
The Scottish Word:


Mind, way back, hoo we cam tae feel gey dowf an athoot ettle efter thon cosmic radiation burst what killed aw the organic craiters hereaboots.

Weel! I redded oot mha heid pan o them orra auld dry sticks an installed a baigie.

An ahm tellin you, ah feel like mha auld self again. Buzzin!


baigie: the purple-topped Swedish turnip.

Remember, way back, how we came to feel dull, hollow, dispirited and without purpose after that cosmic radiation burst that killed all the organic animals hereabouts.

Well! I cleared out my head pan of those odd old dry sticks and installed a turnip.

And I am telling you, I feel like my old self again. Buzzing.

The Scottish Word: baigie with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

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― Socrates

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